Frequently asked questions

When can drain lining be used?

Drain lining is a practical choice for any drainage system which has suffered damage. If the interiors of your drain pipes have become damaged, drain lining can restore them to full working order. Drain lining can be conducted on drain pipe lengths of up to 30m.

What kinds of damages can drain lining repair?

Drain lining can be used to repair almost any kind of drainage damage. Just some of the most common damages which industry-leading lining can be used to resolve include:

  • Cracked and Fractured Drain Pipes.
  • Collapsed Drains.
  • Damage Caused by Tree Root Intrusions.
  • Damage Caused by Vermin Infestation.
If the interiors of your drains have become exposed or have started to leak, get in touch with our team today.

How strong are drain lining solutions?

Drain lining, once it has been hardened, is an extremely hard-wearing material. This felt can withstand all kinds of damage and pressures. In most cases, drain lining can last for around 15 years before requiring replacement. Despite its resilience, professional drainage engineers can break down and remove drain lining material extremely quickly.

Can drain lining be used with deformed drain pipes?

If your drain pipes have suffered enough damage that they have become deformed, drain lining can still be used. However, the drain pipe will need to be straightened out first. This will normally be carried out with pitch fibre reforming services. Pitch fibre reforming will restore the drain pipe to its original shape and size. From there, drain lining can be employed to create a tight, waterproof seal within the pipe.